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doggidays
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THESE ARE A COUPLE OF GOOD COMPANYS THAT I FOUND THEY ALL HAVE GOOD NEWS AND WILL GO UP AS OIL GOES UP. TAKE A LOOK AND AND YOU MAKE THE CALL I JUST FOUND THEM THROUGH POSTS AND R&D

AMEP. MSEV, OMOG, TNOG

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Those are the ones I have been looking at too.
I Forgot about omog though.

Interesting info on Wall Streat News Alert:

Friday, March 18, 2005
Check Nasdaq and S&P futures

Markets finished almost even Thursday, the Dow down slightly while the Nasdaq and the S&P 500 up. Oil ended at $56.40 per barrel after hitting $56.60, for future delivery the numbers were $57.42 for June and $57.64 for July. Quick, hug your SUV and kiss it goodbye, or kiss your Charge card hello, as something is “gonna be” expensive.


Regarding oil and its effect on the world, the International Energy Agency raised its forecast last week for 2005 global oil demand to 84.3 million barrels per day. This heavy amount, especially with consumption by China and the U.S., is pushing-up prices. Additionally, there is about a 2 percent estimated growth for 2006 and beyond.


The amount of additionally output currently available by known oil reserves is estimated at 1-1.5 million barrels per day. In the event of a supply disruption, there is little wiggle room.


Energy analysts are speculating that $60 per barrel in the near future is not an outrageous forecast according to Refco Group Inc., furthermore, the drop of the U.S. dollar is keeping prices up in the United States. Summer vacation season is just around the corner for the U.S. and Europe, so this will be an interesting year.


Also interesting is info on Titan website about Texas changing drilling guidelines from 1 well/20 acres to 1 well/10 acres. This bodes well for companies like this

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OIL STOCK >>>SVSE....North Franklin Pipeline Tie-In Finished -- Gas Production From "Archer-Whitney #1" Well Can Now Begin


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Last Update: 3/18/2005 9:02:09 AM Data provided by

LOS ANGELES, CA, Mar 18, 2005 (MARKET WIRE via COMTEX) -- Silver Star Energy, Inc. (SVSE) is pleased to report that the pipeline at the North Franklin Project has been finished. The "Archer-Whitney #1" gas well has now been tied-in and will be put online.

A gas sales contract is in place with a natural gas purchaser. Once official production begins, the gas well will be evaluated as to I.P.R.s (Initial Production Rates). Flow rates will now be established by the performance of the well and response of the reservoir. The Company has always expected excellent deliverability from the well and is optimistic that ultimately, gas flow rates will be similar to area analog gas fields and that 5,000 mcf/day is a realistic flow rate target.

Robert McIntosh, President of Silver Star stated, "The completion of the pipeline at North Franklin is a milestone for the Company. After undergoing lengthy delays, the 'Archer-Whitney #1' well can now be put online at a time when energy prices are soaring due to increased demand. Now, Silver Star can focus on the development of the gas field in the upcoming months by drilling more wells and increasing cash flow to the company."

Today's gas price based on PG&E-Citygate pricing is $7.09 mcf.

ABOUT SILVER STAR ENERGY, INC.

The Company is committed to the exploration and extensive development of oil and natural gas reserves throughout western North America. Company management is focused on an acquisition program targeting high quality, low risk prospects provided via key strategic alliance partnerships.

Safe harbor for Forward-Looking Statements:

Except for statements of historical fact, the information presented herein constitutes forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Such forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors which may cause the actual results, performance or achievements of the company to be materially different from any future results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements. Such factors include general economic and business conditions, the ability to acquire and develop specific projects, the ability to fund operations and changes in consumer and business consumption habits and other factors over which Silver Star Energy, Inc. has little or no control.

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I agree with doggidays. Any one of those looks good. I really like tnog. If it starts off good monday morning I will be getting in along for the ride. I think it is around .0050 That seems like a good price. Especialy with summer comming up.
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these stochs are ok however you guys should be looking north we have so much oil and gas up here we just drill and cap it says old aces from canada have one on me.......aces.
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Gas prices are still climbing!!!Relief?

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AMEP. MSEV, OMOG, TNOG

Why have all these dropped so much lately? Isnt the price of oil going up, supposed to be good for these companies?

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You should also take a look at Duke Engergy (DUK). With rising oil and energy prices this stock could take off. It has a solid fanancial statement and the ceo gets bonuses based on how well the stock does. Nice dividend too. Where do you think oil is headed? What price? And will there be any downward trends in price in the future?
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